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NASA plans for return to Moon to cost $28 billion

WorldNews Tuesday, 22 September 2020
NASA plans for return to Moon to cost $28 billionNASA on Monday revealed its latest plan to return astronauts to the Moon in 2024, and estimated the cost of meeting that deadline at $28 billion, $16 billion of which would be spent on the lunar landing module. Congress, which faces elections on November 3, will have to sign off on the financing for a project that has been set by President Donald Trump as a top priority. The $28 billion would cover the budgetary years of 2021-25. In a phone briefing...
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